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Jacob Napieralski

Professor of Geology, University of Michigan-Dearborn
Jacob Napieralski is a Professor of Geology at the University of Michigan - Dearborn. He is currently the Director of the Master of Science in Environmental Science and Director of the Environmental Interpretive Center. His expertise focuses on understanding the impact of past and future environmental change on people.

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Jacob Obodai

Postdoctoral Research Assistant, Edge Hill University

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Jacob Prehn

Associate Dean Indigenous College of Arts, Law, and Education; Senior Lecturer - Indigenous Fellow, Social Work, University of Tasmania
Jacob is a proud Worimi man trained as a mixed methods Sociologist and Social Work academic. As the Associate Dean Indigenous for the College of Arts, Law and Education (CALE), Jacob aims to empower Indigenous and non-Indigenous staff and students to contribute to a culture of Indigenous excellence. Jacob's primary research areas are Indigenous Data Sovereignty and Indigenous families growing strong. He is also a qualified Social Worker and Aboriginal Health Worker.

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Jacob Sheahan

Research Fellow, Edinburgh College of Art, The University of Edinburgh
Jacob is a Research Fellow at the University of Edinburgh, exploring the ethics of caring and digital technologies in later life with the Institute for Design Informatics and the Advanced Care Research Centre. As a design researcher with a background in industrial and interaction design, Jacob is a cross-disciplinary researcher interested in collaborations that engage with socially complex contexts from ageing to health and safety. Drawing on participatory and speculative modes of design, he partners with local organisations and communities to deliver insights and impact.

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Jacob White

Research Assistant, Michigan State University
I am currently a master's student and research assistant in the Department of Community Sustainability. Broadly speaking, I am interested in the social, temporal, and spatial dimensions of renewable energy technology. My current research focuses on local community involvement and perceptions of solar energy projects and my master’s thesis work specifically is focused on elucidating urban resident preferences and perceptions of large-scale solar projects developed on urban brownfields and in urban contexts. Outside of work I enjoy napping with my cats, hiking with my partner, and complaining about suburban sprawl.

I have a BA in Political Science and BSc in Microbiology from Miami University. Before joining the CSUS Department in the fall of 2022 I was a sales representative at ThermoFisher Scientific.

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Jacob A. Waddingham

Assistant Professor of Management, Texas State University
Dr. Jacob A. Waddingham is an Assistant Professor of Management in the McCoy College of Business at Texas State University. He earned a PhD in Management from Auburn University, an MBA from Iowa State University, and BS degrees in Journalism and Political Science from the University of Texas at Tyler. His research explores how organizations and entrepreneurs manage stakeholder perceptions, and stakeholder attitudes and behaviors. Jacob’s research has been published in multiple outlets, including Journal of Management and Journal of International Business Studies.

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Jacob F. Love

Lecturer in Religious Studies, University of Tennessee
I am a Lecturer in Religious Studies responsible for UT’s Biblical Hebrew program. I also teach the Hebrew Bible in English, Introduction to Judaism, and Survey of Early Rabbinic Literature. For the History Department I have taught Early Jewish History (Biblical through Early Medieval Period).

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Jacob S. Suissa

Assistant Professor of Plant Evolutionary Biology, University of Tennessee
As a plant evolutionary biologist, I apply my research and education experience to understand how plant traits are constructed, how they function, and how they have evolved across geologic time. The techniques I use to ask and answer these fundamental questions integrate anatomy, physiology, and phylogenetics, using both large-scale analyses across thousands of species and small-scale analyses narrowing in on key organisms.

I am also a science communicator working closely with a fellow botanist to democratize the study of plant biology through the production of academically rigorous (yet accessible) videos free to the public on social media. Check us out @letsbotanize.

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Jacobo García Queiruga

Profesor Interino en el Área de Optometría (OD, MSc, PhD), Universidade de Santiago de Compostela
Profesor Interino e Investigador en el Área de Optometría. Impartiendo docencia en materias del Grado en Óptica y Optometría y Máster en Optometría de la Universidade de Santiago de Compostela. Doctor en Medicina Molecular por la Universidade de Santiago de Compostela desde 2023, con más de 15 publicaciones en revistas científicas indexadas a JCR.

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Jacqueline Boyd

Jacqueline is currently a lecturer in Animal Science at Nottingham Trent University, with a passion for domestic species, notably dogs and horses. Her academic and research interests are broad ranging, from the molecular biology of parasitic nematodes to the genetic basis of cryptobiosis and jump kinematics in agility dogs. Jacqueline is very much an academic practitioner and recognises the value of science that has direct application and potential to improve animal health and welfare.

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Jacqueline Dalziell

Lecturer of History and Philosophy of Science, University of Sydney
Jacqueline Dalziell is a Lecturer in the School of the History and Philosophy of Science, at the University of Sydney. Previously, she held postdoctoral positions at UNSW (Environmental Humanities) and Macquarie University (Philosophy) before joining the University of Sydney in 2023. Jacqueline’s scholarship merges contemporary critical theory (STS, feminist) with perspectives from classical social theory (philosophy, psychoanalysis). Her research has been published in journals such as Australian Feminist Studies and the Journal of French and Francophone Philosophy.

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Jacqueline Fear-Segal

Emeritus Professor in the School of Art, Media and American Studies, University of East Anglia
As an undergraduate Dr Fear-Segal studied at the University of East Anglia and as a postgraduate at University College London and Harvard University.

She spent two separate years as a visiting lecturer at the Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris teaching American Civilization, and also a brief stint as a script writer for the BBC World Service. She spent the academic year, 1999-2000, at Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pennsylvania , on an academic teaching exchange with Professor Amy Farrell. The nineteenth and early twentieth century have been my main focus, but land disputes, education, missionary activity, and issues of identity interest me in all periods.

Her areas of expertise include American Indian/Native American affairs in the USA, with a specialism in modern events and 19th-century Indian boarding schools and education; American West; immigration and the process of Americanisation; race and racism in the USA; visual culture, in particular photography.

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Jacqueline Kuruppu

PhD candidate, The University of Melbourne
Jacqueline has recently completed her PhD exploring the response to child abuse and neglect in primary care settings. Currently Jacqueline is working with in the area of child sexual abuse on projects such as the Stop It Now! Australia Program Evaluation and the AVA Project, which aims to explore the experiences and services needs of survivors of harmful sexual behaviour.

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Jacqueline M Klopp

Associate Research Scholar, Center for Sustainable Urban Development, Columbia University

Jacqueline Klopp is an Associate Research Scholar at the Center for Sustainable Urban Development at Columbia University and a Research Associate at the University of Nairobi Institute for Development Studies, Previously, she taught the politics of development at the School of International and Public Affairs for many years. A political scientist by training, her work focuses on the political processes around land-use, transportation, violence, displacement and planning in African cities. Klopp is the author of articles for Africa Today, African Studies Review, African Studies, Canadian Journal of African Studies, Comparative Politics, Forced Migration Review, Urban Forum, World Policy Review among others.

Recently, she has been experimenting with creative urban mapping projects for both analysis and advocacy and is a founding member of the DigitalMatatus consortium which has produced the first open transit data and public transit map for Nairobi's quasi-formal "matatu" transit system. She helped start the blogs CairofromBelow and nairobiplanninginnovations.com to provide more grounded and open urban information to citizens. She is also a founder and Board member of the Internal Displacement Policy and Advocacy Center (IDPAC) based in Nakuru, Kenya. She is currently writing a book on the politics of planning in Nairobi.

Klopp received her B.A. from Harvard University in Physics and her Ph.D. in Political Science from McGill University.

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Jacqueline Meredith

Lecturer in Law, Swinburne University of Technology
Jacqueline Meredith is a Lecturer at Swinburne Law School. She is also a member of the Centre for Employment and Labour Relations Law at Melbourne Law School.

Her teaching and research interests lie primarily in the fields of employment law, labour law, and tort law.

Jacqueline has published in top-ranked academic journals in the areas of labour law and medical law and ethics, and has co-authored a book on the intersection of law and technology.

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Jacqueline Millner

Professor in Visual Arts, La Trobe University
Jacqueline Millner is an art theorist specialising in contemporary art and its intersections with social, political and cultural change. Coming from an interdisciplinary background that includes law, political science and visual arts, Jacqueline draws on social history of art and feminist perspectives as well as on political theory and aesthetics to re-think the link between art and broader systems of power. Her interest is also in exploring how contemporary art and creative practices can model alternative values that are urgently needed to address the excesses of neoliberalism.

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Jacqueline Nguyen

Scientific Officer in Ornithology, Australian Museum, and ARC DECRA Fellow, Flinders University
I am an Australian Research Council DECRA Fellow at Flinders University and a Scientific Officer in Ornithology at the Australian Museum. My research interests include the systematics, morphology, and evolution of fossil and modern birds, especially Australian songbirds. I am interested in using a combination of fossils, morphology, and DNA to gain a better understanding of the evolutionary history of birds, both living and extinct.

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Jacqueline O'Reilly

Co-Director of the ESRC Centre on Digital Futures at Work, University of Sussex
I am the Principal Investigator and Co-Director for the Digital Futures at Work Research Centre (2020-2024), together with Professor Mark Stuart.

I joined the University of Sussex Business School in 2017 as Professor of Comparative Human Resource Management and I am the UK lead on the EU Horizon 2020 EUROSHIP project on social protection in Europe (2020-23).

Background
After completing my doctorate at Nuffield College, University of Oxford on an Anglo-French comparison of employment practices in the banking sector, I worked for ten years at the Social Science Research Centre Berlin (WZB), Germany. I have also held teaching and research posts at Sciences Politiques in Paris, and at London, Manchester and Brighton Universities in the UK. In 2000, I was awarded a Jean Monnet Research Fellowship at the European University Institute in Florence and appointed Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences (FAcSS) in 2019.

The ESRC, the Leverhulme Trust, the European Commission, the European Science Foundation and Santander Bank have funded my research. This includes coordinating a EU FP7 funded large-scale research project STYLE: Strategic Transitions for Youth Labour in Europe (www.style-research.eu) (2014-17) and being the UK lead on the EU Horizon 2020 project NEGOTIATE on Overcoming early job-insecurity in Europe (www.negotiate-research.eu) (2015-18).

Currently, I am on the editorial board of Zeitschrift für Sozialreform (De Gruyter) University of Bremen, Germany. I have provided consultation services to HM Treasury, Full Employment Team and the UK Cabinet Office Open Innovation Unit; I am an Evaluation Rapporteur for the European Commission Horizon 2020 research programme. Formerly, I have acted as an advisor to the ILO Work4Youth programme funded by The MasterCard Foundation; and twice as an evaluator for the German Excellence Initiative of the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (€151 million investment).

My most recent research focuses on

the digital transformation of work
international comparisons in political economy
gender and ethnic labour market transitions across the life cycle for youth, parents and older workers.

http://orcid.org/0000-0001-6223-154X
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Jacqueline_Oreilly

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Jacqueline Potvin

Research Associate, School of Nursing, Western University
Completed a SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellow in Political Science at University of Guelph. Currently Research Associate in the School of Nursing at Western University, with a focus on gender-based violence.

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Jacqueline Ristola

Lecturer in Digital Animation, University of Bristol
Dr. Jacqueline Ristola is a lecturer in the Department of Film and Television at the University of Bristol. She received her PhD in Film and Moving Image Studies from Concordia University, Montreal. Her research areas include animation/anime studies, media industry studies, and queer representation. Her work is published in Kinephanos, Synoptique, Con a de animación, and Animation Studies Online Journal, where she was awarded the inaugural Maureen Furniss Student Essay Award. She also co-edited a special issue on LGBTQ Animation for Synoptique: An Online Journal of Film and Moving Image Studies, and has chapter in edited collection on television series Steven Universe and Bojack Horseman.

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Jacqueline Theis

PhD Candidate (Ecology), University of Otago
I am particularly interested in the role of urban green spaces in fostering habitat for native species and cultivating a sense of place for urban residents. My research is centred around two main areas: developing general biodiversity assessment tools and investigating invertebrate colonisation and community composition within urban green installations.

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Jacqueline M Klopp

Research Scholar, Center for Sustainable Urban Development, Climate School, Columbia University
Jacqueline Klopp is an Research Scholar and Director at the Center for Sustainable Urban Development at teh Climate School at Columbia University, Previously, she taught the politics of development at the School of International and Public Affairs for many years. A political scientist by training, her work focuses on the political processes around land-use, transportation, violence, displacement and planning in African cities. Klopp is the author of articles for Africa Today, African Studies Review, African Studies, Canadian Journal of African Studies, Comparative Politics, Forced Migration Review, Urban Forum, World Policy Review among others.

Recently, she has been experimenting with creative urban mapping projects for both analysis and advocacy and is a founding member of the DigitalMatatus consortium which has produced the first open transit data and public transit map for Nairobi's quasi-formal "matatu" transit system. She helped start the blogs CairofromBelow and nairobiplanninginnovations.com to provide more grounded and open urban information to citizens. She is also a founder and Board member of the Internal Displacement Policy and Advocacy Center (IDPAC) based in Nakuru, Kenya. She is currently writing a book on the politics of planning in Nairobi.

Klopp received her B.A. from Harvard University in Physics and her Ph.D. in Political Science from McGill University.

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Jacqueline Z. Wilson

Adjunct Associate Professor in History, Australian Catholic University
Jacqueline Wilson is an adjunct Associate Professor at the Australian Catholic University and a visiting fellow at the Australian National University, with over 20 years experience teaching and researching in universities across Australia. She has authored over fifty scholarly publications with a research focus on the
intersections between critical heritage, institutionalisation, incarceration, and sites of
suffering and trauma. Jacqueline is a former State ward and her experience of State care
affords her insider knowledge of those heritage sites where children were incarcerated under
the auspices of welfare and “care”. These experiences inform much of her research into the history of children in out of home care and institutionalisation.

Jacqueline is committed to achieving historical justice for care leavers. Her research has led to policy changes and numerous invitations to speak publicly about her work.

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Jacquelyn Sundberg

Outreach Librarian, McGill Library, McGill University
Jacquelyn Sundberg is an Outreach librarian for the rare and special collections units at the McGill University Library. Combining experience in both public and academic libraries with her Masters's degrees in English Literature and Information Studies, she uses her skillset to make library collections accessible to a broader audience. Her work includes grant projects, publications, multimedia projects, websites, videos, and games. Most recently, she created Moments in Time, a chronological card game supported by the library’s SSHRC-funded Serious play initiative.

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Jacques de Maillard

Professeur des Universités, Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines (UVSQ) – Université Paris-Saclay
Jacques de Maillard est professeur de science politique à l'Université de Versailles-Saint-Quentin en Yvelines et à Sciences Po Saint Germain en Laye et Directeur du Centre de recherches sociologiques sur le droit et les institutions pénales (CESDIP, Unité Mixte de Recherche CNRS /Ministère de la Justice/Université Versailles Saint-Quentin-Université Paris Saclay/CY Cergy Paris Université). Il est spécialiste des questions policières et de sécurité publique. Outre de nombreux articles scientifiques, il a publié (avec Fabien Jobard) Sociologie de la police. Politique, organisations, réformes, Paris, Armand Colin, 2015, et Police et société en France (co-dir. avec Wesley Skogan), Paris, Presses de Sciences Po, 2023.

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Jacques Pironon

Directeur de recherche au CNRS, Université de Lorraine
Jacques PIRONON a fondé le laboratoire GeoRessources de l’Université de Lorraine et du CNRS (Nancy, France).
Il est Directeur de Recherche au CNRS à l'Institut National des Sciences de l'Univers et Docteur en Géologie de l'Université de Lorraine.
Spécialiste des fluides géologiques en milieu sédimentaire, il pilote des projets de recherche pour réduire la part des émissions de CO2 atmosphérique, pour comprendre la formation des gisements de pétrole et de gaz, pour aider à la surveillance de sites industriels et réduire l’impact environnemental de l’exploitation du sous-sol. Acteur important de la recherche partenariale, il anime des programmes de recherche partagés entre industrie et milieu académique.

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Jacqui Francis

Lecturer and researcher, The Centre for Wellbeing Science, The University of Melbourne

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Jacqui Frost

Assistant Professor of Sociology, Purdue University
Jacqui Frost earned her Ph.D. at University of Minnesota in 2020 and joined Purdue sociology faculty in 2022. She is a mixed-methods scholar whose research integrates cultural sociology, sociology of religion, science and technology studies, and sociology of health. Most broadly, her work investigates the causes and consequences of religious disaffiliation in the United States. She is currently working on projects that examine conceptions of ritual and community in nonreligious congregations, the ways religious change shapes health and wellbeing, and conceptions of science as sacred in the transhumanist movement. She utilizes a range of methods to examine these topics, including surveys, ethnography, focus groups, and interviews. Her recent research has been published in American Sociological Review, Social Forces, Poetics, Social Currents, and Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion. You can learn more about Dr. Frost’s research and teaching interests at jacquifrost.com.

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Jacqui Mulville

Professor in Bioarchaeology, Head of Archaeology and Conservation, Cardiff University
I am an archaeologist, with over 35 years of experience in professional, field and academic archaeology. I specialise in -

Archaeological science (particularly zooarchaeology and bioarchaeology).
The archaeology of islands and coasts.
Heritage management and archaeological practice.
Contemporary and historical archaeology.
I am Head of Section for Archaeology and Conservation, looking after @30 staff and @300 students s I am a member of the AHRC Peer Review Colledge, a Vice-President of the Prehistoric Society, the driving force behind Guerilla Archaeology (GA) and a founding member of the Festivals Research Group. I served as a full panel member for Unit of Assessment 15, Archaeology in REF2021.

I created Guerilla Archaeology to share my passion for the past with the public. I combine my specialist knowledge of archaeology with my love of the creative arts in festival outreach. From Shamans to Bog Bodies to Stonehengeburys, our innovative workshops were been voted as one of the 'top 20 things to do at Glastonbury 2017' and each year motivate thousands of people to engage with the past.

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Jacqui Turner

Associate Professor in Modern History, University of Reading
I am broadly interested in late C19th and early C20th political cultures including gender, feminism and that heady mix of working class politics and religion.

My existing research 'The Soul of the Labour Movement' is a detailed examination of the Victorian morality and spirituality upon which the life of the labour movement was built and includes the wider contribution of the women's movement, children's associations and radical literary traditions. My new book 'The Labour Church: Religion and Politics in the Early Twentieth Century' will be published by I.B. Tauris in spring 2018.

My current research concerns early female pioneers in politics, focusing largely on female MPs between 1919 and 1931 primarily as 'sex-candidates'. I examine the contribution of early female MPs but also reassess the importance of the 1918 Representation of the People Act on British democracy, in relation to women and the emergence of female public politicians. I am particularly interested in Nancy Astor, who was the first female MP to sit in the House of Commons, whose papers are held here at the University of Reading.

I am privileged to work on the Vote 100 programme and from January 2019 I will project manage the Astor100 project, a series of events inspired by the election of Astor in 1919.

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Jade Davies

PhD Candidate, Translational Microbiome, Quadram Institute
I am a BBSRC DTP funded PhD student studying the sulphate-reducing bacteria within the human gut, with a specific interest in the pathobiont Bilophila wadsworthia. During my PhD, I aim to elucidate how Bilophila, a ubiquitous member of the gut microbiota, interacts with the host and the wider microbiota in a diet-dependent manner.

I obtained my BSc in Biomedical Sciences from Durham University. During my degree, I completed an industrial placement year at the biotechnology company Cambridge Research Biochemicals based in Teesside.

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Jade Gilbourne

PhD Candidate in Sociology, University of York
Jade is a PhD candidate at the University of York, who is currently researching the impact of having sexual images shared without consent in adults. While there are several terms for this phenomena - ranging from 'revenge porn' to 'image-based sexual abuse', amongst others- Jade's research also includes people affected by things such as 'upskirting' and 'sextortion'. She is interested more broadly in digital identity, gendered online spaces, and sexual violence.

Jade's research at Masters level, also conducted at York, examined the gendered consumption of true crime content.

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Jadey O'Regan

Dr. Jadey O’Regan is a Lecturer in Contemporary Music Practice at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music (University of Sydney). She is the co-author of "Hooks in Popular Music" (2022) with Dr. Tim Byron (University of Wollongong), which combines pop musicology and music psychology to understand pop music in an interdisciplinary way.

She teaches songwriting, production, performance, music analysis and music history, and her research interests include the musical analysis of pop music, genres, songwriting, and creativity. She is an experienced music communicator who has been featured on Channel 7’s ‘The Morning Show’, ABC’s ‘The Music Show’, triplej, ABC News and at music conference BIGSOUND. She is also a performing musician and songwriter. Jadey is the current secretary for the International Association for the Study of Popular Music - Australia/New Zealand (IASPM-ANZ).

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Jadine Scragg

Researcher, University of Oxford
I am a BRC Researcher with research interests in trialling interventions for the management and treatment of obesity-related diseases.

My PhD at Newcastle University focused on assessing the potential utilisation of lifestyle therapies as a means of treating and managing liver disease. As part of this, I explored the feasibility of a very low calorie diet (VLCD) to achieve significant weight loss in patients with advanced non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD).

I am currently working on the DIAMOND programme, which is looking to see how effective a low-energy, low-carbohydrate behavioural programme is for people with Type 2 Diabetes (T2DM). I am also working on the RESULT study, which is looking to assess a digitally delivered low-carbohydrate diet for people with recently diagnosed T2DM.

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Jaganmoy Jodder

Post-doctoral researcher, University of the Witwatersrand
For his postdoctoral fellowship, Jaganmoy is working on the group-level behaviour of ancient microfossils. Jaganmoy completed his PhD on the palaeoarchaean rock record of the Singhbhum Craton, India. Prior to academia, Jaganmoy served the Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd. (ONGC) for four years as a well-site geologist and micropaleontologist in India.

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